Further Sight and Sound

Further Sight and Sound
© Erin Baiano, New York City Ballet (The Shaded Line)
Dance can be a way of acknowledging, understanding and accepting our diversity. It is about creating a space for empathy, for exchange, for conversation; to further our common consciousness.
— Dylan Crossman, dancer and choreographer
 
 
 

In these exclusive videos, choreographers share creative insights, process, and the musical inspirations behind their recent creations — as organizations and artists continue to explore their online voices and remote creativity platforms.

Lauren Lovette on Tan Dun
The Shaded Line – New York City Ballet
Premiere: David H. Koch Theater, New York, NY, September 2019
Music: Fire Ritual
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Andrew McNicol on Peter Gregson
Yonder Blue – Joffrey Ballet
Premiere: Auditorium Theatre, Chicago, IL, April 2019
Music: Quartets
Watch: trailer
 
Robert Binet and Missy Mazzoli
Orpheus Alive – National Ballet of Canada
Premiere: Four Seasons Centre for the Performing Arts, Toronto, November 2019
Music: Orpheus Alive
Watch: trailer
 
Gabrielle Lamb on Daniel Wohl
Joinery – Whim W'Him
Premiere: Cornish Playhouse, Seattle, WA, January 2018
Music: Source and Ouverture
Watch: trailer
 
Playlist on Spotify
 

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